USA Volleyball Diversity & Inclusion Grant

The grant is intended to serve and give special emphasis to those groups or communities that are most in need. This will include programs that give special attention to sectors of the population known to be underserved or underrepresented by current volleyball programs because of gender, race or ethnicity, economically disadvantaged, geographic location, and physically challenged or developmentally disabled population.

Molten Diversity Grant

The Molten Diversity Grant was initiated by Molten Volleyball in 2004 with the intention of funding diversity programs and increasing diversity in the sport of volleyball. In partnership with USA Volleyball the program began in 2005. Generally successful grants have been in the $500-$1,000 range.


2017-2018 USAV-VA Adaptive Sports Grant – Subaward Grant Program – USA Volleyball received an Adaptive Sports Grant from the Department of Veteran Affairs to develop sitting volleyball programming for disabled veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces. Within the grant award to USAV, funds were included for distribution in a subaward grant format to local associations to support their efforts in hosting sitting volleyball activities. Details of the grant program can be found in the overview using the link below, and organizations wishing to apply for the grant should use the application and budget proposal form also listed below.